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Flying mounts were introduced in first expansion pack Burning Crusade. In BC and later expansions, players could earn the right to fly by hitting the new level cap and then paying for a flight license. These comments wow gold legion caused an uproar at the time among the player base. Players not only enjoyed the convenience of flying mounts but had also spent plenty of time and money to collect them.The backlash led Blizzard to rethink their plans. Flying will soon be enable in Warlords of Draenor zones for players that earn a new Achievement. The Achievement requires players to do a lot of treasure-hunting and questing wow legion gold through Draenor. I’d imagine Legion’s flight Achievement has similar conditions.